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Posted · Original PosterOP

So, my parents are divorced and thus i don't wanna build a gaming PC i can only use every other week. So what I've decided to do is buy a used gaming laptop. Does anyone know a gaming laptop with a good graphics card, the trackpad doesnt matter, the keyboard doens't matter, the battery doesn't matter and if the screen has good color accuracy also doesn't matter. What i'm looking for is a used gaming laptop with a good graphics card that can play modern AAA games and a decent processor and isn't extremely loud, the rest doesn't matter since i'm gonna be using it as a PC and not a laptop since i already have one and i'm hooking it up to a monitor, keyboard and mouse anyway. Any suggestions?

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What's your budget and where are you located?


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I would recommend something with a gtx1060 as a max as that is comfortable for AAA games an I'm currently using it in a laptop and am still happy with it. Other than that you aren't too picky which is really good, aside from the gpu you really should be thinking about what you actually want from a laptop at this point. If you truly don't care about thinness or battery life you may want to look at the thicker laptops that had 980's in them (ignore the ones that have M at the end like 980M or 970M). They will be monstrous but hopefully their price still isn't.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, Quackwich said:

What's your budget and where are you located?

I'd say like €400 and i live in the Netherlands

 

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1 minute ago, enzaaibueno said:

I'd say like €400 and i live in the Netherlands

 

400 isn't gonna get you anything. Save up to at least 600 for anything worthwhile.

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20 minutes ago, enzaaibueno said:

I'd say like €400 and i live in the Netherlands

 

Not gonna be enough, man. You want to look for at least an IdeaPad L340 Gaming or Acer Nitro 5

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10 hours ago, enzaaibueno said:

I'd say like €400 and i live in the Netherlands

 

As others have said above, €400 isn't going to afford you a decent gaming laptop. I think you'll need closer to €600 for that.


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at that priced you'd be better off buying a SFF desktop and moving it back and forth with a monitor and keyboard at each place.

moving the tower and a mouse, headset with you


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